“Put me in your eyes”
When I was at the airport in Jeddah the day before yesterday, my family and I came across a notice board for keeping luggage safe. I laughed so hard at the broken English. Instead of one of the pointers saying, “Keep me in your sight,” it said, “Put me in your eyes.” I laughed SO hard! xD Look at the expression on the animated box. I still laugh whenever I think about it. Imagine going to a stranger and saying, “PUT ME IN YOUR EYEZ!”
A notice board on keeping luggage safe
This was the notice board. I wonder why the animated luggage is so happy after hearing, “You’ll end up on street.” It’s like they are celebrating. Hahaha! “Don’t be lost,” “I hope not to be broke,” “It’s not belong to me,” “Watch your tire,” and “I am inocent.”
I miss watching Cardcaptor Sakura and Sailor Moon! I used to watch these shows when I was young and even have a few episodes of these anime recorded on a VHS cassette.
I began watching Cardcaptor Sakura when I went back to Sydney for the break around 2000, after moving to Saudi Arabia. I saw it on a show called Cheese TV that came in the mornings. I like the Australian English opening for Cardcaptor Sakura, as this was the one that I watched.
Such a happy-go-lucky theme. ^^
On the other hand, Sailor Moon was the first anime that I had watched. This was the anime that led me to liking other anime. In Australia, I used to watch Sailor Moon every morning on Agro’s Cartoon Connection before going to school. I have so many memories regarding this show! I have only watched 100 episodes of this show. I have a 100 more to go =P
Sailor Venus will forever be my favorite sailor scout xD
I prefer watching anime in Japanese, but since I first started watching Cardcaptor Sakura and Sailor Moon in their dubbed version, I prefer that over the Japanese version.